Yendy Brown

Yendy Brown

 Washington, D.C., Washington, D.C., USA
BandR&BSinger/Songwriter

Ms. YENDY & THE AFFILIATED PROJECT

Biography

Yendy Brown, a.k.a. Ms. Yendy, started singing and performing at the age of 9. Daughter of a musician father, Ms.Yendy often found herself singing along to old records in the basement and tagging along with her father to band rehearsals.

After realizing the transformation of her vocal ability, Ms.Yendy later auditioned for the youth choir at her church. She later joined both her elementary school and high school choirs as well as performed in school productions and plays. With her love of performing she began her journey developing her singing and songwriting talents, performing with local bands and working tirelessly in studios.

She became the lead vocalist for R&B group Fade To Black which released a single entitled, “Y.O.U.”. Her most cherished time in her up and coming career as a performer was touring and singing background with the late R&B star, Aaliyah. She has also worked with Deborah Cox, Brandy and famed music super producer Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins.

Ms. Yendy is also the former lead vocalist for DC based Go-Go group Mambo Sauce and co-writer of their hit songs “Miracles” and “Welcome to DC” which charted on the Billboard Hot 100 with videos appearing on VH1, BET and MTV.

Ms. Yendys talents are not just defined musically, she has also stared in the stage play "A Change Is Coming", Winner of the - 2008 Velocity Magazine Award, "Best Film/Stage Play" as well as working on her debut album, "MY TIME" to be released late 2010. Ms. Yendy is currently performing her solo act with her live band at various venues in the D.M.V. In Ms. Yendys own words, "I just want to do what I love and that's sing, perform, and act. It’s MY TIME".